Person close to movie names LaBeouf truck passenger

NEW YORK - A person close to the 'Transformers' sequel said actress Isabel Lucas was the passenger in Shia LaBeouf's wreck in Los Angeles early Saturday.

The 23-year-old Australian plays a supporting role in the movie. The person close to the movie's production asked not to be named because he was not authorized to release the information.

LaBeouf's pickup truck collided with another vehicle at 3 a.m. Sunday in West Hollywood. LaBeouf was booked for a misdemeanor DUI and underwent surgery on his left hand.

Amy Winehouse released from London hospital

LONDON - Amy Winehouse was released from a London hospital Tuesday after an overnight stay to treat what her spokesman said was an adverse reaction to medication.

The 24-year-old singer-songwriter was discharged from London's University College after spending the night in observation, spokesman Chris Goodman said.

Winehouse was rushed to the hospital's emergency room by ambulance from her north London home Monday night. Goodman said the medication had been taken at her home, but did not provide further details.

Batman star skirts assault questions

TOKYO - Christian Bale skirted questions about the assault allegations against him Tuesday at the Japanese premiere of 'The Dark Knight.'

British media has reported that Bale's mother and sister told police he assaulted them at the hotel a day before attending the film's European premiere.

But the Batman star managed to make it through the hugely successful Warner Bros. movie's premiere in Japan with virtually no comment on his personal problems.

'It's a private matter,' he told a crowded news conference. Last week, in Spain, Bale brushed off reporters with a similar comment.